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PostPosted: May 4 19, 10:04 pm 
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is oviedo the cuban we signed like 10 years ago?


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PostPosted: May 5 19, 12:13 pm 
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is oviedo the cuban we signed like 10 years ago?


Ten years ago he was 11; so I don't think the Cardinals sign them quite that young. He is from Cuba and he was in the Cardinals Dominican Summer League in 2016.


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PostPosted: May 5 19, 12:26 pm 
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May 4th Wrap

Memphis

Saturday's game between the Memphis Redbirds and Nashville Sounds (Rangers) has been postponed due to rain in Nashville.

It will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Sunday starting at 2:05 p.m. Both games are slated to be seven-inning affairs.


Springfield

RoughRiders take series opener from Cardinals on Saturday

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The Frisco RoughRiders (18-11) came out swinging with six runs on 10 hits in the first two innings en route to the 10-1 win against the Springfield Cardinals (9-20) at Dr Pepper Ballpark on Saturday night.

DECISIONS:
W: RHP Edgar Arredondo (3-1)
L: RHP Harold Arauz (0-2)

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED:
-The RoughRiders struck for four runs in the bottom of the first with an RBI double from rehabbing Texas Rangers 1B Ronald Guzman, and RBI single from RF Preston Beck and a two-run base hit from LF Franklin Rollin.

-The 'Riders added two more in the second, before the Cardinals got on the board in the top of the third when 1B Chris Chinea brought home CF Dylan Carlson with an RBI single.

-Guzman struck again with a solo home run in the fourth, followed later by three final Frisco runs in the seventh to account for the eventual final of 10-1.

NOTABLES:
-1B Chris Chinea's RBI single extended his hitting streak to eight games. During his streak, he is batting .313 (10x32) with two homers and seven RBIs.

-OF Conner Capel went 2x4 with a pair of singles.

-SS Kramer Robertson's season-long 12-game on-base streak came to an end, although he did lay down a sacrifice bunt.



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Chiefs Fall 3-0 in Battle For the Barrel

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The Peoria Chiefs, playing as the Peoria Distillers in the Battle for the Barrel, fell 3-0 to the Bowling Green Hot Rods, playing as the Bowling Green Bootleggers Saturday night. The loss snaps Peoria's six-game winning streak and drops them to 12-14 on the season.

The Bootleggers got on the board against Peoria Distillers starter Alvaro Seijas in the top of the third. Michael Smith led off with a double and went to third on a single from Ford Proctor. Smith scored the first run of the game on Wander Franco's sac fly for a 1-0 lead.

Bowling Green added insurance in the top of the sixth. Beau Brundage hit a two-out triple and scored on a passed ball from Edgar Escobar to make the score 2-0.

The Bootleggers added one run in the top of the eighth off Distillers reliever Sebastian Tabata. With two outs, Brundage walked, stole second and scored on a single by Jake Palomaki for the 3-0 lead.

Seijas (1-3) suffered his third loss of the season as he pitched 5 2/3 innings, allowing four hits and two runs, with three walks and eight strikeouts. Escobar pitched 1 1/3 innings, allowing two hits with two walks and one strikeout. Tabata pitched the final two innings, allowing one hit and one run, while walking one and notching two strikeouts.


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PostPosted: May 5 19, 8:21 pm 
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May 5th Wrap

Memphis

Redbirds Split Doubleheader Against Sounds

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The Memphis Redbirds (17-13) split their doubleheader with the Nashville Sounds (Rangers) Sunday afternoon in Nashville, Tennessee.

Tyler O'Neill returned to the Redbirds with a bang, blasting two, two-run home runs in the first game of the doubleheader. O'Neill finished the day going 2-for-8 with three runs scored, two homers and four RBI.

Game 1: Memphis 11, Nashville 2

Despite having Saturday's game being postponed, the Redbirds offense continued to stay hot by scoring 11 times on 12 hits to open the doubleheader.

As was the theme on Friday, Memphis scored eight times in the second inning, with Andrew Knizner and O'Neill homering in the frame and John Nogowski, Drew Robinson and Edmundo Sosa all driving in runs.

O'Neill would launch another two-run blast in the fourth with two outs and Knizner would drive in Adolis Garcia two batters later with a double.

Genesis Cabrera tossed a season-high five innings to earn his first career Triple-A win, allowing just two runs on four hits while fanning five. Both runs came via a solo home run.

Ryan Meisinger finished the game with two scoreless innings in relief.

Game 2: Nashville 7, Memphis 5

The Redbirds jumped out to an early 4-0 lead with more second inning scoring, as Max Schrock and Robinson posted RBI singles and Ramon Urias drove in two with a ground-rule double.

The Sounds (9-21) would score twice in the bottom of that frame and would later take the lead after plating four in the third, capped off by a three-run double by Jett Bandy.

Ryan Helsley took no-decision his first start with the Redbirds since returning from his first Major League stint, going 2.1 innings and allowing four runs on four hits.

Sosa was able to extend his hitting streak to eight games with a triple in the fifth. He finished the day 3-for-8.

The Redbirds have split all three doubleheaders played this season.


Springfield

Cardinals battle out 8-6 win in Frisco on Sunday

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After the Frisco RoughRiders (18-12) tied it in the 8th, the Springfield Cardinals (10-20) reclaimed the lead with two runs in the 9th to take game two of the series, 8-6, at Dr Pepper Ballpark on Sunday evening.

DECISIONS:
W: RHP Seth Elledge (2-2)
L: RHP Emmanuel Clase (0-2)
S: RHP John Fasola (1)

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED:
-LF Conner Capel started the scoring with a solo home run in the 2nd, his third home run of the week and fifth of the season to make it 1-0 Cardinals.

-After the RoughRiders had moved in front, 3-2, through the first four innings, Springfield rallied with four runs in the 5th. With two on and one away, SS Kramer Robertson pulled an RBI single to left field to tie the game, 3-3. One out later, CF Dylan Carlson extended the inning with a walk, loading the bases. After a wild pitch scored the second run of the inning, 3B Evan Mendoza launched a two-run triple to right field, scoring the remaining two runners for the 6-3 lead.

-Frisco worked it back even with single runs in the 5th, the 7th and the 8th, tying it at 6-6 on an RBI sac fly from SS Charles Leblanc in the bottom of the 8th inning.

-The Cardinals rebounded right away in the top of the 9th. RF Johan Mieses led off with an infield single, followed by a bunt single from DH Scott Hurst that led to a throwing error on RHP Emmanuel Clase, allowing Mieses to score all the way from first. With Hurst on at third one out later, 2B Irving Lopez grounded an RBI single through the middle, bringing Hurst home for the 8-6 lead and eventual final score.

NOTABLES:
-RHP John Fasola slammed the door in the bottom of the ninth for his first save as a Cardinal.

-OF Conner Capel has homered three times in his last six games, hitting safely in four of those contests. He is up to five home runs this year, second on the team only to 2B Irving Lopez's six blasts.

-3B Evan Mendoza went 2x5 with a two-run triple, extending his hitting streak to seven games with at least one RBI in four of them.

-SS Kramer Robertson started the night by catching a ceremonial first pitch from his mother, Kim Mulkey, the Head Coach of Baylor's National Champion Women's Basketball team. He went on to go 1x4 with an RBI single, a walk, two runs and a run-saving diving catch in the 6th.


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Peoria

Carlos Martinez Pitches Perfect Inning in Rehab Appearance

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Carlos Martinez pitched a perfect inning of relief in his rehab assignment as the Peoria Chiefs defeated the Bowling Green Hot Rods 11-3, Sunday. The Chiefs improve to 13-14 on the season and have won seven of their last eight games.

Peoria got on the board early against Hot Rods starter Steffon Moore. Brendan Donovan was hit by a pitch to start the inning, Ivan Herrera drew a walk and Nolan Gorman was hit by a pitch to load the bases. Brady Whalen walked and Donovan scored for the 1-0 lead. Leandro Cedeno blasted the Chiefs second grand slam of the season and his second homerun of the season to tie his career-high in RBI and give the Chiefs a 5-0 lead.

Bowling Green got on the board against Chiefs starter Jacob Schlesener in the top of the third. Chris Betts and Connor Hollis led off with back-to-back walks, and Roberto Alvarez drew a one out walk to load the bases. Betts scored when Beau Brundage was hit by a pitch to cut the deficit to 5-1.

The Hot Rods added two runs in the top of the sixth against Chiefs reliever Freddy Pacheco. Osmy Gregorio led off with a double and Brundage walked. Gregorio scored on Michael Smith's double to cut the deficit to 5-2. With runners on second and third, Brundage scored on a groundout by Ford Proctor to bring the Hot Rods back 5-3.

The Chiefs answered with a run in the bottom of the sixth. With one out, Wadye Ynfante hit his second homerun of the season for the 6-3 lead.

Peoria added another insurance run in the bottom of the seventh. Herrera and Gorman walked and with one out, and Cedeno singled to load the bases. Herrera scored on a sac fly from Brandon Riley to increase the lead 7-3.

The Chiefs continued to build their lead with four runs in the bottom of the eighth. Ynfante and Figuera were hit by pitches to start the inning. Donovan smacked a three-run homerun, his second of the season, to put the Chiefs ahead 10-3. Herrera walked and advanced to third on two wild pitches, and then scored on a sac fly from Whalen to put the Chiefs ahead 11-3.

Schlesener took the no decision as he pitched 2 2/3 innings, allowing one run on no hits with seven walks with four strikeouts. Franyel Casadilla pitched a perfect 1 1/3 innings and Martinez pitched a perfect inning, needing only six pitches to induce three groundballs. Pacheco pitched two innings, allowing two runs on two hits, one walk and four strikeouts. Fabian Blanco finished the game with two shut-out innings, allowing two walks with one strikeout.


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PostPosted: May 6 19, 9:49 pm 
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May 6th Wrap

Memphis

Redbirds Finish Road Trip with 6-5 Loss

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The Memphis Redbirds (17-14) led 5-2 at the seventh-inning stretch, but the Nashville Sounds (Rangers) scored four times in the home-half of the seventh and polished off a 6-5 win over the Redbirds Monday night in Nashville, Tenn.

Tyler O'Neill homered for the third time in three games, and Daniel Ponce de Leon worked 5.0 innings on the mound and gave up just one earned run on four hits. He struck out six and walked four.

After Nashville (10-21) scored a run in the bottom of the first, Memphis took a 3-1 lead in the fourth on a Lane Thomas run-scoring single and a two-run double by Max Schrock.

The club added to its lead in the seventh with O'Neill's long ball to make the score 5-2, but Tommy Layne and Jesus Cruz were touched for four runs in the bottom of the inning as the Sounds regained a 6-5 advantage.

The Redbirds had a runner erased trying to steal to end the top of the eighth and then had the potential tying run on second in the top of the ninth, but O'Neill struck out to end the ballgame.

Despite the loss, Memphis went 8-5 on its longest road trip since 2015.


Springfield

Perez and Cardinals shut out RoughRiders, 5-0

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RHP Williams Perez allowed just one hit through his six scoreless innings, leading the Springfield Cardinals (11-20) to the 5-0 shutout win against the Frisco RoughRiders (18-13) at Dr Pepper Ballpark on Monday night.

DECISIONS:
W: RHP Williams Perez (3-1)
L: RHP Emmanuel Vasquez (0-1)

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED:
-The Cardinals jumped in front with a solo blast from SS Kramer Robertson in the top of the first, his third homer on the road trip and sixth of the season.

-Back-to-back doubles from C Brian O'Keefe and RF Scott Hurst in the second added the Cardinals second run.

-Springfield doubled the lead in the third with an RBI sac fly from CF Conner Capel and a run-scoring wild pitch to make it 4-0.

-The Cardinals final run came on an RBI fielder's choice hit by Hurst in the sixth.

NOTABLES:
-RHP Williams Perez opened his start with 3.1 no-hit frames, before a single ended the no-hit bid. He finished with six shutout innings, only allowing one hit while walking five and striking out five.

-RHP Roel Ramirez, RHP Ronnie Williams and RHP Kodi Whitley each contributed a scoreless relief inning to close the shutout.

-LF Justin Williams made his Springfield debut and went 2x4 with two singles, a walk, a run and a run-saving diving catch in left field.

-1B Evan Mendoza extended his hitting streak to eight straight games with a double in the first inning.

-OF Johan Mieses went 1x1 with a double and three walks, and has now reached base safely in nine of his last 13 plate appearances.

-The shutout marks the Cardinals second shutout win of the year, as they also blanked Amarillo, 8-0, on 4/25 at Hammons Field.


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Ynfante extends hit streak in loss

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The Peoria Chiefs left the bases loaded in the ninth and lost to the West Michigan Whitecaps 2-0 on Monday night. The loss drops the Chiefs to 13-15 on the season with game two of the series set for Tuesday night.

The game was scoreless until West Michigan's Ulrich Bojarski hit a two-run homer off Kyle Leahy in the seventh inning. The hosts loaded the bases after the homer but didn't add on as Evan Sisk escaped the threat with a groundout and two strikeouts.

Wadye Ynfante extended his hit streak to 10 games with a double in the eighth but he was left in scoring position. The Chiefs loaded the bases with one out on a dropped third strike, single and walk in the ninth. But Angel DeJesus bounced back with a strikeout and flyout to end the game.

Leahy (0-2) took the loss as he allowed two runs on four hits and three walks over six innings while striking out two. Sisk threw two shutout and hitless innings with one walk and three strikeouts.


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PostPosted: May 7 19, 1:05 pm 
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That must be something to be in A Ball where just about everybody was born between 1996 and 1998 and most will never even make a single big league appearance and then all of a sudden you're facing a guy like Carlos Martinez on a rehab assignment.

Or to in AA and suddenly facing Clayton Kershaw and all the achievements he has reached and accolades that he's received over his career... and hit a bomb off of him like Kramer Robertson and Dylan Carlson did a month or so ago.


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PostPosted: May 8 19, 1:59 am 
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May 7th Wrap

Memphis

Redbirds Short in 6-5 Loss to Iowa

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After leading 4-0, the Memphis Redbirds (17-15) fell behind by two, then rallied to load the bases with one out in the bottom of the ninth but could not finish the comeback in a 6-5 defeat to the Iowa Cubs (Cubs) in the series opener Tuesday night at AutoZone Park.

The win is Iowa's (22-10) eighth-straight.

The Redbirds took a 4-0 lead after three innings on the strength of an Adolis Garcia grand slam, his ninth home run of the season, while Anthony Shew was dealing on the mound. Through 6.0 innings, Shew allowed just one Iowa hit and struck out eight.

In 11.2 innings in two starts to start his Triple-A career, Shew has not allowed a run and has surrendered just four hits.

As the Redbirds bullpen entered, Iowa began to chip away. The Cubs scored twice off Chasen Shreve in the top of the seventh, then four times against Jesus Cruz in the top of the eighth to make the score 6-4.

Joe Hudson launched a homer leading off the bottom of the eighth to make the score 6-5, and Ryan Meisinger entered and struck out the Iowa side in the top of the ninth.

The home-half started off well for Memphis, with John Nogowski and Tyler O'Neill leading off the frame with back-to-back singles. After a Garcia flyout, Max Schrock added a single of his own to load the bases with one out.

But Ramon Urias grounded into a fielder's choice to third that erased Nogowski at the plate, and Hudson flew out to end the game.

O'Neill finished 3-for-4, and every other Redbirds starting position player had one hit.

The Redbirds left 12 men on base in the game, including multiple runners in four innings.


Springfield

Cardinals blow out 'Riders, 9-2, for series win in Frisco

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The Springfield Cardinals (12-20) closed out their first road series win with a resounding 9-2 victory against the Frisco RoughRiders (18-14) on Tuesday night at Dr Pepper Ballpark. Coming home on a three-game winning streak, the Cardinals wrapped up the Texas trip going 4-3.

DECISIONS:
W: LHP Evan Kruczynski (1-3)
L: RHP Jefferson Medina (0-1)

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED:
-For the second straight game, the Cardinals jumped ahead in the 1st inning, this time with an RBI groundout from 3B Evan Mendoza and a two-out RBI single by LF Conner Capel, opening a 2-0 lead.

-Capel struck again in the 3rd when he launched a three-run blast to right field, making it 5-0.

-Frisco got their only two runs against LHP Evan Kruczynski with a two-run double from CF Franklin Rollin in the 3rd, shaving the deficit to 5-2.

-The Cardinals dealt the final blow with a four-run rally in the 6th, featuring a three-run triple from 2B Irving Lopez and an RBI sac fly by SS Kramer Robertson to make it 9-2.

NOTABLES:
-OF Conner Capel's three-hit, four-RBI day continued a powerful last eight games, during which he has four home runs and eight RBIs.

-3B Evan Mendoza extended his current hitting streak to nine games with a base hit in the third.

-CF Dylan Carlson went 3x5 with three singles and two runs.

-LHP Evan Kruczynski made two starts on the road trip, combining to toss 11.0 innings with only two earned runs on eight hits and one walk, while striking out eight across the two outings.


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Chiefs Rally Past Whitecaps 9-6

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The Peoria Chiefs scored six unanswered runs to rally past the West Michigan Whitecaps 9-6 Tuesday night to even the series. The rubber match will be on Wednesday morning as the 14-15 Chiefs face the 14-16 Whitecaps.

The Chiefs came out swinging against West Michigan right-hander Gio Arriera. Delvin Perez led off with a single and moved to third on an automatic double by Nolan Gorman that hopped over the fence in right-center. Ivan Herrera was hit by a pitch to load the bases and Perez scored on a RBI fielders' choice off the bat of Lars Nootbaar. Brady Whalen put the Chiefs up 2-0 with a sacrifice fly to right before Arriera got out of the inning.

The Whitecaps got on the board in the second inning with a two-out rally against Cole Aker. Parker Meadows singled to right-center with two down and stole second before scoring on a single to left from Sam McMillan to cut the Chiefs lead to 2-1.

The Chiefs got that run back immediately in the top of the third. Perez started the frame with an infield single and Gorman was hit by a pitch. With one down, Whalen delivered another sacrifice fly to right as Perez scored for a 3-1 Chiefs lead.

West Michigan took the lead in the fourth inning as the first five batters reached on a walk, two singles and two walks. With the game tied, Avery Tuck singled home a run and Jeremiah Burks walked with the bases loaded. Michael Brettell took over for Aker and got out of the inning with a fielders' choice and pop up.

The Chiefs chipped away in the sixth inning. Whalen was hit by a pitch and Brendan Donovan singled to center. Sandel De La Cruz replaced Arriera on the mound and Leandro Cedeno singled to center to load the bases. With one out, Edwin Figuera bounced a single to center to plate two runs and cut the Whitecaps lead to 6-5. Perez beat out a potential double play ball to put runners on the corners for Gorman with two outs. However, Cedeno was caught trying to steal home on a delayed double steal to end the inning.

Peoria completed the comeback in the eighth against De La Cruz and reliever Angel Reyes. Donovan drew a leadoff walk and with one out Wadye Ynfante walked. Reyes took over on the mound and Figuera tied the game with a single to right. Ynfante scampered home on a passed ball to put the Chiefs on top 7-6 with two outs. The Whitecaps intentionally walked Gorman and Herrera reached on a dropped third strike to load the bases. Nootbaar delivered a two-strike, two-out single to left to plate Figuera and Gorman for a 9-6 Chiefs lead, though Herrera was thrown out at third on the play to end the inning.

Aker took a no-decision as he allowed five runs on five hits over 3 1/3 innings while walking four and striking out three. Brettell (1-0) picked up the win as he pitched a season-high 3 2/3 innings allowing one run on two hits while walking one and striking out two. Thomas St. Clair earned his first save of the season with two hitless and shutout innings as he walked two and struck out two.


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PostPosted: May 8 19, 9:13 am 
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O'Neill keeps rocking Memphis.

I wish we had all stars at 7 of 8 NP positions so that O'Neill could just get reps at MLB level.


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May 8th Wrap

Memphis

Redbirds Pick Up 2-1 Win as Knizner, Ravelo Homer

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Rangel Ravelo's seventh-inning home run broke a 1-1 deadlock, and Memphis' pitching staff was stout in a 2-1 win over the Iowa Cubs (Cubs) Wednesday afternoon at AutoZone Park.

The Redbirds (18-15) snapped the Cubs' (22-11) eight-game winning streak with the victory.

Austin Gomber battled through 5.0 innings, scattering eight hits but allowing just one run. He struck out seven and walked two. Chris Ellis followed with 2.0 perfect innings of relief, and Carlos Martinez made an injury rehabilitation appearance and walked two and saw a runner reach on an error, but he got out of the inning with no damage. He struck out a batter. Chris Beck then followed with a 1-2-3 ninth inning to finish the win and pick up his second save of the year.

After Iowa scored in the second Memphis tied the game in the bottom of the third, with Andrew Knizner launching his third home run of the season into the Redbirds' bullpen.

The game stayed tied at 1 until Ravelo's opposite-field homer gave the Redbirds a 2-1 lead they would not relinquish.

Knizner finished the game with two hits.


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Chiefs Take Series Against Whitecaps 6-4

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The Peoria Chiefs scored three runs in the eighth inning and closed out the West Michigan Whitecaps for a 6-4 win on Wednesday afternoon as they clinched the series 2-1. The win moves the Chiefs to 15-15 as they have won nine of the last 11 heading into South Bend for a three-game series.

The Chiefs fell behind in the first inning as the Whitecaps snapped Diego Cordero's long shutout streak. Reece Hampton blooped a hustle double to right to start the frame and Wencel Perez walked. Johnny Valente gave the Chiefs a free out with a sac bunt but with two down, Parker Meadows knocked a single to left for a 2-0 Whitecaps lead.

The Chiefs tied the game against Kacey Murphy in the fourth. Delvin Perez led off with his second single of the game and Josh Shaw singled to center. With one out Perez moved to third on a deep fly ball and both runners scored when Brendan Donovan doubled off the left-field wall.

West Michigan regained the lead on a pickoff error in the fourth but the Chiefs came right back to tie the game in the fifth. Edwin Figuera singled to center with two outs and Perez moved him to third with a single to right. Shaw tied the game 3-3 with a single to center but Perez was thrown out at third on the play to end the inning.

Peoria took the lead in a wild eighth inning. Figuera led off with a single against reliever Jose Vazquez and Perez laid down a sacrifice bunt. Vazquez's throw to first went into the Whitecaps bullpen allowing Figuera to reach third and Perez advanced to second. With one down, West Michigan intentionally walked Lars Nootbaar and brought Jared Tobey out of the bullpen. While pitching to Brady Whalen, Tobey fell down on the mound for a balk allowing Figuera to score the go-ahead run. Whalen drove a two-run single to left to give the Chiefs a 6-3 lead before Tobey escaped the inning with two Chiefs stranded.

Cordero delivered six innings in a no-decision has he allowed three runs, two earned, on six hits while walking one and striking out six. Sebastian Tabata (2-1) picked up the win as he allowed one unearned run on one hit and one walk while striking out two over two innings. Edgar Escobar picked up his second save of the season with a strikeout in a 1-2-3 ninth inning.


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